Yad Binyamin | יד בנימין – קהילה תורנית במרכז הארץ

General Info


Car Test (top)

The closest place to get your car tested is in Kiryat Malachi. At the light by the second entrance to Kiryat Malachi, turn left like you are going to the BIG shopping center. Turn left at the traffic circle. Turn left into the test centerat about 500 meters. Park your car and go into the little office on the right to get the test paper and then get in your car and get in line.

They check exhaust, brakes, lights, oil leaks, etc. It takes approx. 15 for the test itself. The wait before the test can be 15-30 min. No appointments necessary. Some recommend to bring the car to your mechanic first so he can do all of the checks and fix things before you go to the test. The test is approx. 100 shekels. If they find something wrong that you have to fix, you have to go back for a retest which costs 20 shekels each time.

Event Halls (top)

There are a few different options for event halls within Yad Binyamin:

  • Moadon Ganei Tal – contact Ezra Eldar; 200NIS plus 100NIS cleanup deposit; max occupancy approx. 140.
  • Bet Knesset Mercazi – contact Yaakov Weinberger; 300NIS; max occupancy approx. 100.
  • Moadon Shvut Katif – contact Tamir Mazuz; Largest hall on the yishuv.

Library (top)

Current Hours:

Sunday: 9:30-12:30 and 16:00-18:30
Monday: 9:30-12:30 and 16:00-18:30
Tuesday: 9:30-12:30
Wednesday: 9:30-12:30 and 16:00-18:30
Thursday: 9:30-12:30 and 16:00 -18:30

Librarians: Tamar Ratner and Efrat Pinto. Telephone: 08-863-4247 . For more info see the Nachal Soreq Website.

Medical Emergencies (top)

If seems life threatening, call 101.

If it is urgent but does not seem life threatening, go to Terem (25-30 minutes) or Kaplan (20 minutes) emergency room. The closest Terem is in Modiin (Rehov Tiltan 8, Tel: 1-599-520-520, Ext. 3. Hours: Sunday through Thursday – 13:00 – 06:00, Friday and erev Hag 9:00 – 06:00, Shabbat and Hag – 8:00 – 06:00). There are also branches in Bet Shemesh and Jerusalem (open 24/7).

For Shabbat emergencies that are urgent but do not seem life threatening, consult your Rabbi to see whether you should go to Terem or the Kaplan emergency room.

Passport Pictures (top)

The closest place to get passport pictures taken and developed is in Gedera. Turn into the main entrance (second entrance after turning from Rt 7 to Rt 40) of Gedera. It is in a set of shops just past the first traffic circle.

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